Sony's PlayStation 4 may well have won the next-generation console wars
before they've officially begun, with the base model selling for $399 -- $100 less than Microsoft's impending Xbox One. Pricing aside, there's something that gamers far and wide have been waiting for, and that was unveiled this week by Sony at Gamescom in Germany: a release date.
The PS4 will ship to American stores on November 15, just before the Thanksgiving holiday, and in Canada as well. PlayStation fans in Europe and Latin America will also be able to get their hands on a PS4 system on November 29. By the time December comes around, 33 titles will be available for the PS4
, including NBA 2K14, Call of Duty: Ghosts, Skylanders Swap Force, Need for Speed: Rivals, Battlefield 4, Madden 25, FIFA 14, NBA Live, Killzone: Shadow Fall, #DRIVECLUB, Knack, Assassins Creed IV Black Flag, Watch_Dogs, Just Dance 2014 and Lego Marvel Super Heroes.
To date, Sony has captured a million pre-orders for the console; do you plan to add on to that figure?